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United To Win The League Next Season With Gareth Bale?

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has finally been confirmed as Manchester United manager and now it is time for the club to look to the future for the fourth time since Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down. United are 6/1 to win the Premier League next season and they are 2/1 to break their official transfer record in the summer transfer window. One of the names that has been linked with United is Gareth Bale and the Welshman is 9/2 to join the club in the summer.

 

When Jose Mourinho left Manchester United, they were 8/1 to finish in the top four this season yet they are now 11/10.

 

“Manchester United have improved markedly since Solskjaer’s arrival and splashing the cash in the summer will undoubtedly help them improve further next season,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “Gareth Bale is one of those that could join the Solskjaer revolution.”

 

Top four finish: 1/2 Spurs; 4/7 Arsenal; 11/10 Manchester United; 13/8 Chelsea

 

Solskjaer Specials:

 

8/13 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to leave Man Utd before Jurgen Klopp leaves Liverpool

6/5 Jurgen Klopp to leave Liverpool before Ole Solskjaer leaves Man Utd

6/4 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to still be Man Utd manager on the 1st May 2022

13/8 Man Utd to finish above Liverpool in the 2019/2020 Premier League

7/4 Man Utd to win any major trophy 2019/2020 (Premier League, EFL Cup, Champions League)

2/1  Man Utd to finish above Man City in the 2019/2020 Premier League

2/1 Man Utd to break their official transfer record signing a player this summer (£89.3 million)

9/2 Man Utd to sign Gareth Bale during the summer 2019 transfer window

6/1 Man Utd to win the Premier League 2019/2020

10/1 Man Utd to beat Liverpool both home and away in the 2019/2020 Premier League season

12/1 Man Utd to beat Man City both home and away in the 2019/2020 Premier League season

50/1 Man Utd to win the Championship League 2019/2020

100/1 Man Utd to win the domestic treble 2019/2020 season (Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup)

 

 

 

     

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